US Army targets energy resiliency through microgrid projects

“The US Army is using clean energy projects to begin targeting resiliency through microgrids. They have a host of projects that were set up initially to kickstart the transition to a clean energy economy, but they are trying to convert those projects to be more focused on a direct resiliency contribution for the Army. They are configuring distributed energy projects that were originally envisioned as environmental ones into microgrids. Under this model, the Army supplies the land and deals directly with energy developers.”

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